Ambassador Lynch delivers remarks at the International Energy Conference Panel Discussion: Skills Development and the Future of Work

One way to create more jobs in Guyana will be the introduction of more reliable and less expensive electricity.  For too long, high electricity costs have stymied Guyanese manufacturing.  As Minister Ashni Singh often notes, it’s unfortunate to drink a juice in Guyana that comes from fruit grown in Guyana but that was processed in ... Read More»

US Embassy Engages Women in the Energy Sector

During the discussion, guests shared some barriers that continue to prevent women from working in the energy industry and their vision for encouraging women and girls to pursue careers in the sector.  Ambassador Lynch noted the value of mentorship, saying “mentorship underlies most of our professional successes and we are here to support mentoring for ... Read More»

Remarks by Ambassador Lynch at Guyana Oil & Gas Summit

Guyana is on track to become the second or third largest oil producer in the western hemisphere over the next 20-40 years.  This truly is a unique situation: that a country of just 780,000 people discovers vast offshore deposits of high-quality oil, within five years begins extracting those deposits, and will - in short order ... Read More»
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